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The stars lighted the sky and the wind sang a lullaby the night we dreamed of you . . . under the Wishing Tree.

Silvery grey-blues and slight blue-greens make the backdrop for this little bird family .. And a new family it is ... can you see the baby's little turned-in toes?

This is a print of a new painting of mine .. it's about hoping and dreaming for things big and small in life.

Title: The Wishing Tree

Size: 8x10 inch image size on 8.5 x 11 inch paper, which leaves a small white border for matting and framing.

Printed on matte finish professional print papers. It's archival quality and acid free. Nice weight and feel to it. Please note: the images in the frame look a bit more blue than the print is in reality. The first image is the most representative of the color -- it has a twinge of blue-green along with gray blue tones.

Your new little chick and parents will ship in a cardboard mailer via 1st class mail. Please allow 2 business days for preparation of your order before shipping. If you are in a hurry, please contact me to see if I can get it to you sooner.

If you want this item sent directly to someone as a gift . . I will be glad to include a cute note card with your message. Just let me know all the details in the notes to seller when you checkout. : )

The Wishing Tree ©2011-2014 Karan Karla Aron. All rights to image reserved by the artist.

The Wishing Tree (8x10 Print)


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paper, ink
  • Ships worldwide from Colorado, United States
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